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Community members looking to build baseball …
STANDISH — Early plans for constructing new community baseball fields in Standish have changed. more
STANDISH — Members of the Standish City Council will meet with members of the Standish-Sterling Youth Sports Organization to draft a written agreement about constructing ball fields at the disused airport on Airpark Drive in Standish, after a discussion at the Standish City Council meeting Monday, Jan. 16. more
AUGRES — AuGres-Sims school board member Jeffrey Taylor has resigned from the board effective Jan. 18. more
ARENAC COUNTY — People adopting a dog from the Arenac County Animal Shelter can get a chance to see which dog is really the one for them, thanks to an Eagle Scout project at the shelter courtesy of … more
ARENAC COUNTY — Former Standish City Treasurer Melissa McAllister was sentenced to 60 days, or 480 hours, of community service and $23,000 in fines and costs after pleading no contest to willful … more
ARENAC COUNTY — Arenac County’s Probate Court, a state-mandated department, is still without a judge, as it has been vacant since May, when Jack Scully retired as judge. And it doesn’t … more
AuGRES — Last week the city of AuGres was approved for $750,000 in Community Development Block Grant funding for sewer and street improvements from the Michigan Economic Development Corporation … more
STANDISH CITY — Just before 2 p.m. on June 19 three vehicles were involved in an accident at the corner of US-23 and M-61, which is the stoplight in town. According to authorities, per scanner, … more
WHITNEY TWP— A meeting between Central Michigan Health Department representatives and residents who live near the mouth of the Whitney Drain will take place Monday, Jan. 31, at 10 a.m., at the Whitney Township Hall. more
A storage shed at Standish-Sterling Central High …
STANDISH — The financial effects of property damage to the Standish-Sterling school district caused by high winds last November will be known when the board of education opens bids on repairs during its June meeting, according to Superintendent Darren Kroczaleski. more
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